The Violence Awareness and Random Acts of Kindness (VARAK) Program began in 1997 in remembrance of Mark Fyke and in recognition of all victims of violence, especially Becky Middleton and Shawn Keegan. With the help of many, our program has expanded to the communities of Quinte West, Prince Edward County and Stittsville. During our kindness week we promote an awareness of the prevalence of violence in our society and how to counteract the negative effects from it.
PECI is proud to recognize Brooke Hudgin as our Random Acts of Kindness nomination for 2016. #PantherPride #KindnessIsContagious
For more details on this important week, please click here.
The 2016-17 Prince Edward Collegiate Institute Course Calendar is now available online. Please click here to download the searchable PDF file.
Our course calendar website will be online shortly and we will update you with information as soon as it is available.
If you have questions, please contact our Guidance Department at the school We look forward to working and learning with you!
Prince Edward Collegiate Institute is proud to kick off our Grade 8 to 9 Transition program. We welcome grade 8 students from inside and outside Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board to register for the 2016-17 school. PECI is your community school where learning matters.
Please click here to access our Grade 9 Registration Form in .pdf copy. If you are not currently registered at a HPEDSB school, please contact the school to book a tour and registration appointment.
We look forward to learning with you!
A reminder that students taking applied or academic Math this semester will be writing the EQAO assessment on January 20-21st in their regularly scheduled period. Practice booklets are given to students in advance of the test. Please contact your Math teacher if you have questions or concerns about this important upcoming assessment
Additional resources from EQAO can be accessed by clicking here.
Good luck to all writers.
Note: Students who have Math in semester 2 will complete the assessment in June.
We encourage all members of the Panther school community to listen to our student radio broadcast on Monday nights at 8 pm on 99.3 County FM. It live streams on the Internet so you can listen to it while on the computer. As a consideration, set an alarm on your phone as a reminder to tune in each week.
Check out their programming schedule at http://993countyfm.ca/ .Click here to listen live.
Calling all students and parents - we need your help. We have several students and staff who have significant allergies to scents which have led to allergic reactions involving EMS services. We respectfully ask that no scent applicant occur at school in the hallways. When applying scents before school, please follow the 'less is more' rule in order to ensure that all students and staff can be safe at school. Please contact administration if you have questions. Thank you for your help working together. #bettertogether
The arts are an expression of creativity, emotion and life itself!
Semester One Arts' Night is Thursday, December 10th at 6:30pm in the Front Foyer and Gym B. Come on out and celebrate the amazing accomplishments of our visual, musical and dramatic artists.
Are are welcome!